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at bin laden's press conference, rahman was already imprisoned in the united states on terrorism charges. >> neither bin laden nor ayman al zawahiri, his number two, are religious scholars. and they know that. so they needed this fatwa from sheik rahman to kind of give them clerical cover for this unprecedented thing, which was attacking american civilians. >> reporter: this laminated card with its arabic script outlined with chilling accuracy al qaeda's terrifying new course. it is seen here on television for the first time. >> in that fatwa it was written that kill americans in the sea, kill americans in the air, kill americans everywhere. >> reporter: rahman's significance to al qaeda is underscored by his fervent preoccupation with freeing the blind sheik from his american prison cell. osama bin laden vowed as much in this video. there's even a training exercise aimed at springing arahman outlined in the encyclopedia of jihad, al qaeda's massive guide on everything from guerrilla warfare and terrorist tactics to how to recognize a rattlesnake or treat a scorpion sting. >> thousands a
to attack the united states. bin laden had turned a corner with his declaration of war. no longer would he just attack the u.s. military or u.s. leaders. now he was saying that the american people would be legitimate targets. >> my name is hamid mir. and i met osama bin laden first time in tora bora mountains. >> reporter: journalist hamid mir is writing an authorized biography of bin laden. he interviewed the al qaeda leader three times during the 1990s. how did he justify the killing of innocent americans? >> he said that, yes, the killing of innocent children and women is not permitted in islam. but if they are killing our innocent children, if they are providing weapons to the israelis and to the other anti-muslim forces to kill muslims, then we have the right to respond back in the same manner. >> reporter: while bin laden believed he had a political justification for killing american civilians, he needed the trappings of clerical legitimacy. that would come in the form of a fatwa, a religious decree from sheikh omar abdel rahman, the blind radical egyptian cleric, the spiritual guide
about $3,500 a person on health care. in the united states, we spend around $8,500. what about the argument that the only way to make the system work, the only way to get costs under control is to be, you've got to be a little cruel. you've got to say, we will pay for this and we won't pay for that? >> well, that's absolutely true. no, the british health minister said to me, we cover everybody, but we don't cover everything. >> not covering everything, the so-called rationing of care, is the british system's most controversial element. and one man in particular is at the center of that system. >> occasionally, we do find ourselves up against everybody. the physicians, the patients, the media. it's sometimes a real challenge. >> sir andrew dylan is the chief executive of the national institute for health and clinical excellence, known as "nice" for short. yes, nice. it's the government body that decides which treatments the government will and will not pay for. >> this isn't about politics. it's not about money at the outset. it's about the evidence for what works best, so the c
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-- helping you do what you do... even better. ♪ >>> the number of meth labs in the united states has been going up as meth makers increasingly turn to a do-it-yourself meth they call shake and bake. amber lyon continues with the story of a small town cop who says he can stop it by taking on a multibillion dollar industry. >> reporter: as head of the narcotics task force in franklin county, missouri, sergeant jason grillner has helped shut down 1,500 meth labs. >> we got eight adults in a meth lab and i got two boys. >> reporter: but he can't keep up as more meth cooks use a simple one pot method they call shake and bake. >> so what we end up with today is a meth lab that literally fits inside a toaster box. >> reporter: so this is an entire lab? >> that's a meth lab right there. >> reporter: grelner has seen the worst. here a fire trapped a meth maker's daughter inside. luckily, the guy broke a window and pulled her out. >> he's no hero in my book. he's a guy that got very, very lucky he didn't kill his child that day. >> reporter: grelner himself has paid a price. >> this is the actual o
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